atomic-containers (1) - Linux Man Pages
atomic-containers: operations on containers
atomic-containers - operations on containers
atomic containers COMMAND [OPTIONS] [CONTAINERS...]
atomic containers allows the user to view and operate on containers
delete specified container(s).
list containers on your system.
discard unused blocks (fstrim) on running containers.
update a system container.
rollback a system container.
atomic containers delete, delete specified container image from the system.
Using --all will delete all the installed containers.
atomic containers list, by default, will list all running containers on your system.
Using --all will list all the installed containers.
atomic containers trim, Discard unused blocks (fstrim) on rootfs of running containers.
e.g. If you have 2 running containers on your system with container IDs (496b8679b6cf, 9bb990da1203).
atomic containers trim Trimming container id 496b8679b6cf Trimming container id 9bb990da1203
atomic containers update, update a system container to use a newer version of an image.
Can use --set to update environment variables.
atomic containers rollback, rollback a system container to the other deployment if one exists.
Print usage statement
Delete all the installed containers
Force the deletion of specified running containers
Print all the installed containers
Filter output based on given filters, example usage: --filter id=foo will list all containers that has "foo" as part of their ID.
Filterables: container (id), image, command, created, status, runtime
Print in a machine parsable format
Do not print heading when listing the containers
Do not truncate output
Only display container IDs
Set a value that is going to be used by a system container for its configuration and can be specified multiple times. OSTree is required for this feature to be available.
June 2016, Originally compiled by Giuseppe Scrivano (gscrivan at redhat dot com) July 2016, Added sub-commands filter, no-trunc and quiet (jerzhang at redhat dot com) Sept 2016, Added atomic containers trim subcommand (shishir dot mahajan at redhat dot com)
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